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Quote1 Hey, I just spent a week with these idiots... I'm not showing off, I'm working out my frustration... Quote2
-- Captain America

Appearing in "Two Americas (Part 2)"

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Synopsis for "Two Americas (Part 2)"

The Grand Director can only reminisce about how America has "lost its way" from time he lived in half a century ago. He is then interrupted by two Watchdog subordinates, who tell him that one of their recruits has shown the greatest endurance in their training regiment that they've ever seen. Hearing this, the Grand Director can guess who the recruit really is. He orders that the recruit, Bucky, be brought in with the others, for now he is part of his master plan.

Meanwhile, ten miles out of Boise, Bucky and Falcon are taking down a truck filled with Watchdogs. However, the truck doesn't contain what they're looking for. They can guess that the group they tackled is a scouting group, probably wanting to check out the nearby military base. Bucky then makes the decision to go back to the Watchdogs to figure out their plan. He spends the entire day undercover, until nightfall, where he sneaks into the Director's cabin, only to find that an impostor in his place. Realizing that the 1950s Cap is after Falcon, Bucky attempts to flee, only to run into the whole Watchdog brigade.

At the moment, Falcon is fleeing the Watchdogs and the Grand Director. As he attempts to take flight, he is shot at before the Director's shield knocks him down. Before the Director punches him out, he says that they aren't even here for him -- he's just the bonus. The Watchdog scientist then removes Falcon's flight harness before commenting that the vibranium its made of will be turned into a bomb.

Appearing in "Conjunction (Part 2)"

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Synopsis for "Conjunction (Part 2)"

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Solicit Synopsis

Jefferson said the tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants. But who is a patriot and who is a tyrant? Is it all in the eye of the beholder? Captain America has the answer as the Cap from the 50s strikes back in TWO AMERICAS Part 2 of 4.

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  • This issue is reprinted in comics and books, see references for more info.[1]

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